We appreciate our beloved partners. It is with their help that we may continue to love and care for the animals of Los Angeles.
The New Hope Program was implemented to eliminate obstacles that might prevent saving the lives of the animals most at risk of euthanasia due to space or treatable conditions.
These animals are placed on the New Hope Alert list which waives of all adoption and microchip fees for our New Hope Partners.
We partner with private nonprofit organizations that raise money to carry out their mission to save the lives of our most vulnerable animals. Our New Hope Partners are not limited to selecting animals only from the New Hope Alert.
The following New Hope Alert links are updated continuously:
Animals on FAS Alert have been observed as having a high level of fear, anxiety, and stress (FAS) in the shelter environment and need to leave the shelter for a more suitable home as soon as possible.
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Animals on Blue Alert have a treatable medical condition that is too severe to be cared for in a shelter. These animals need adoption and private medical care.
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Animals on Red Alert need immediate adoption as they are in danger of being euthanized after 48 hours of being placed on this list. This list is not eligible for IPs.
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Want more information on the the New Hope Program?
Click on the following links:
New Hope Program – Purpose, Policy, Procedure, and Partnership
New Hope Program – Agreement
New Hope Program – Partnership Information
New Hope Monthly Report
New Hope Program – Rescue Partners
If you have any questions, need additional information or are interested in becoming a New Hope Partner, please contact the Mary Fiscal, the New Hope Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or at:
Attn: Laura Dunlap
Los Angeles Animal Services
221 N. Figueroa St., Suite 600
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Office: (213) 482-9558
Fax: (213) 482-9511
We Are Their Voice
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals® (ASPCA®) was the first humane society to be established in North America and is, today, one of the largest in the world.
The ASPCA’s mission, as stated by founder Henry Bergh in 1866, is “to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States.”
"We absolutely love animals — and we think humans are pretty swell, too."
That’s why they have people around the country working to make the world a kinder and more compassionate place.
Working together, they are building on this foundation of compassion and inclusion to help both pets and people. They’re making sure that everyone has the same access to loving pets and that every adoptable pet has access to the comfort of a foster home instead of a kennel in a shelter.
HASS is committed to community collaboration to reimagine the role of animal services.
Human Animal Support Services is based on elements that each partner organization will implement in their communities. HASS provides policies, tools and training to create meaningful change, reducing intake and housing most pets in homes, not kennels. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, caring people across the US and throughout the world have enthusiastically adopted, fostered, donated, fed and otherwise cared for animals in need. In this time of tremendous uncertainty, HASS provides a path forward. HASS aims to create critical engagement among animal welfare organizations to build a system to better address the modern needs of communities when it comes to animal services.
Maddie's Fund® is a family foundation established in 1994 by Dave and Cheryl Duffield and is the fulfillment of a promise to their inspirational dog, Maddie. She provided them much joy from 1987 – 1997 and continues to inspire them today.
Maddie’s Fund proudly offers the industry a national voice, important funding opportunities for bold ideas, learning resources and access to collaborate and share innovative solutions. The Foundation invests its resources in a commitment to keeping pets and people together, creating a safety net of care for animals in need and operating within a culture of inclusiveness and humility.
Pet Care Foundation was founded by Paula Kent Meehan in 2004 to help lower the euthanasia rate of Los Angeles City and County Animal Shelters. Since its inception Pet Care Foundation has found new homes for over 85,000 cats and dogs through its many different programs.
Programs include in-house adoption events and grooming at all LA City Shelters, free spay/neuter clinics, ADOPT A PET TODAY television show airing on the Beverly Hills City and West Hollywood City TV channels, and extensive social media networking.
Petco Love was founded in 1999, formalizing Petco's longstanding commitment to animal welfare. Over the years, they have served as a leader and valued partner in animal welfare, always focusing on one thing: Creating a better world for animals and the people who love and need them. In April 2021, they adopted a new name, Petco Love. They continue to harness the power of love to make communities and pet families closer, stronger, and healthier--and create a future in which no pet is unnecessarily euthanized.